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miles english

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isocolon sentence with words or clauses similar in structure and length.
antithesis a juxtaposition of contradicting ideas.
anastrophe switch of the usual word order.
parenthesis interruption of a verbal unit within a sentence, using parenthesis.
apposition placing commas in between the thought to further the readers knowledge.
ellipsis omission of a word that is already implied. use of three periods(...) when leaving something said out.
asyndeton omission of conjunctions.
polysyndeton deliberate use of many conjunctions.
alliteration repetition of the same consenent in at least three words.
assonance repetition of similar vowel sounds.
anaphora repetition of the same word or group of words in the beginning of clauses.
epistrophe repetition of the same word or group of words at the end of clauses.
epanalepsis repetition of a word or group of words as the end of the clause, that was at the beginning.
anadiplosis repetition of the last word of one clause, at the beginning of another.
climax words, in a sentence, arranged in order of importance.
Created by: emmer22